The movie about four Hispanic high school students who improbably enter a college robotics competition was inspired by a story in Wired magazine.
A piece on the magazine's online education channel prompts a discussion among education reporters about overuse of jargon.
The buzzy Website cites objects such as the Speak & Spell, Trapper Keeper notebooks, and the D.A.R.E. program.
The magazine, in a special double issue, attacks what it calls the influence of the "corporate education reform industry."
The new Lifetime show highlights bright 8- to 12-year-olds in a competition with $100,000 in scholarship money at stake.
Amid the roiling policy debate over immigration, a documentary looks at five students seeking to turn the American dream into a reality.
The podcast's success with a crime and education story highlights the medium's suitability for telling long, complex narratives.
The PBS documentary show looks at a California policy of getting tough on juvenile crime through the perspective of one young offender.
The online publication Capital this week launched a newsletter covering education in Gotham and Albany.
The syndicated game show offered a category called "Non-Common Core Math," with, you know, real math addition and subtraction required.